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Commissioner Suffredin Reminds Evanston & New Trier Township Residents that the Board of Review is Open to Accept Appeals
**Note: Appeal Deadline Extended to November 6, 2003**

Friday, October 03, 2003
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Cook County Commissioner Larry Suffredin, 13th District, reminds residents of Evanston and New Trier Townships that the Cook County Board of Review is now open for them to file property tax assessment appeals.

The Board of Review will accept appeals from October 1, 2003 through November 6, 2003 from residents who live in Evanston Township or New Trier Township. Residents must file their assessment complaint within this time period.

Residents can obtain a complaint form at the following locations:

  1. Commissioner Suffredin's District Office: 820 Davis, Evanston; phone: 847-864-1209
  2. Board of Review - Skokie Courthouse: 5600 Old Orchard Rd., Room 155, Skokie; phone: 847-470-7522
  3. Board of Review - Downtown office: 118 N. Clark, Room 601, Chicago; phone: 847-603-3644
  4. New Trier Township Assessor - 739 Elm Street, Winnetka; phone 847-446-8282
  5. Evanston Township Assessor - 846 Dodge Ave., Evanston; phone 847-332-2465

Residents, whether they have filed an appeal in the past or have questions regarding their assessment, are encouraged to file an appeal with the Board of Review if they feel their assessment is wrong.

For more information, residents are encouraged to call Commissioner Suffredin's District office at 847-864-1209.

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